Cisco

CCENT/CCNA R&S: Router/Switch Security

Keith Bogart
Keith Bogart
CCIE #4923

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Course Description
When preparing for Cisco’s CCENT and/or CCNA Routing-and-Switching Certifications, the sheer number of topics to be learned can feel overwhelming. Aside from everything contained under the categories of “routing” or “switching” there are also a myriad of topics that don’t fall neatly into either of these two categories. This course brings together all the topics that would fall under the classification of “Security” into a single video series for those studying for their CCENT or CCNA Routing-and-Switching exam. In this course you’ll learn about a wide variety of topics such as; Access-Lists (Standard and Extended, theory and configuration), Port-Security, several methods of securing the Cisco IOS CLI from unauthorized access, BPDUGuard, RootGuard, usage of the “log” and “log-input” keywords along with Access-Lists, TCP/UDP Small Servers (what they are, how they could be used in a network attack, how to disable them), Network address translation (NAT), and much more.
  • Course
    • Introduction
      • Course Introduction
    • Router & Switch Security
      • Router & Switch Security :: Overview
    • Access Lists
      • Access Lists :: Overview
      • Access Lists :: Wildcarding
    • ACLs
      • Standard ACLs
      • Implementing Standard ACLs on Multilayer Switches
      • Extended ACLs
    • Securing the CLI
      • Securing the CLI :: Securing the EXEC Process
      • Securing the CLI :: SSH versus Telnet
      • Securing the CLI :: Limiting Source Requests
      • Securing the CLI :: Preventing Password Recovery
      • Securing the CLI :: Securing Privileged EXEC
    • Switching Port-Security
      • Prevent Unauthorized Network Access :: Port-Security Violations
      • Prevent Unauthorized Network Access :: Other Port-Security Options
    • Blocking Unauthorized Network Protocols
      • RootGuard & BPDUGuard
    • Prevent Unauthorized Packet Forwarding
      • Using Access-Groups
    • Monitoring & Modifying ACL Hit-Counts
      • Monitoring & Modifying ACL Hit-Counts
    • Prevent Damaging Effects of DoS Attacks
      • What is a DoS attack? & Disabling TCP/UDP Small Servers
      • Limiting DCP & VTP
      • Hiding Source Addresses
      • Dynamic NAT
      • Port Address Translation :: NAT Overload
      • Ensure Accurate Time-Stamping of Logging Messages
Course Outline:
  • Course
    • Introduction
      • Course Introduction
    • Router & Switch Security
      • Router & Switch Security :: Overview
    • Access Lists
      • Access Lists :: Overview
      • Access Lists :: Wildcarding
    • ACLs
      • Standard ACLs
      • Implementing Standard ACLs on Multilayer Switches
      • Extended ACLs
    • Securing the CLI
      • Securing the CLI :: Securing the EXEC Process
      • Securing the CLI :: SSH versus Telnet
      • Securing the CLI :: Limiting Source Requests
      • Securing the CLI :: Preventing Password Recovery
      • Securing the CLI :: Securing Privileged EXEC
    • Switching Port-Security
      • Prevent Unauthorized Network Access :: Port-Security Violations
      • Prevent Unauthorized Network Access :: Other Port-Security Options
    • Blocking Unauthorized Network Protocols
      • RootGuard & BPDUGuard
    • Prevent Unauthorized Packet Forwarding
      • Using Access-Groups
    • Monitoring & Modifying ACL Hit-Counts
      • Monitoring & Modifying ACL Hit-Counts
    • Prevent Damaging Effects of DoS Attacks
      • What is a DoS attack? & Disabling TCP/UDP Small Servers
      • Limiting DCP & VTP
      • Hiding Source Addresses
      • Dynamic NAT
      • Port Address Translation :: NAT Overload
      • Ensure Accurate Time-Stamping of Logging Messages



6hr 07min
February 16, 2016